A Privacy Framework Within the Java Data Security Framework (JDSF): Design Refinement, Implementation, and Statistics
Source: Concordia University
This paper presents a refinement design of something the authors call a Confidentiality Framework, which is a part of a more general formation, that the authors refer to as a Java Data Security Framework (JDSF), a working-progress designed to support various aspects that are related to data security (Confidentiality, Origin Authentication, Integrity, etc.) where this paper only focuses on the confidentiality aspect. The design refinement considerations include further unification of the parameter structure of concrete modules of the framework as well as the design and implementation of the statistics gathering module for comparison of the implementing methods in the framework and the impact of the statistics collector itself in terms of run-time performance and memory consumption in the example use-cases.